An Electroencephalogram (EEG) is used to measure and record the brain’s electrical activity on the screen to diagnose the epilepsy, dementia, narcolepsy, or any kind of mental health problems. Topic: Alzheimer's Disease
Alzheimer's disease is the most common type of dementia. This disease must be treated at an early stage. We are here to assist you with our guaranteed treatments.www.pimaneurology.com Topic: Alzheimer's Disease
Radio interview with Jill Elias about her experience of living with her husband Stan who was diagnosed with younger onset dementia at the age of 59. Interview recorded by Ben Hurley on 13 November 2007. (5:50 min) Topics: dementia, alzheimer's disease
Degenerative diseases of the brain such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's have until recently been accepted as a normal possibility of old age. However, recent advances in modern medicine are changing this view. Preventative measures can reduce the chance of developing these diseases, and effective treatments are being developed. On this program, Dr. Marwan Sabbagh discussed methods for preventing Alzheimer's disease. Topics: science, alzheimer's disease Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Alzheimerâs is a disease of the brain. The disease causes death of brain cells and damage to neural connections. People with Alzheimerâs may be unable to access memories, exhibit changes in personality and impaired decision making capabilities. November is Alzheimer's Awareness Month. Around and About is a production of WUTC in Chattanooga. Topics: Alzheimer's Disease, Alzheimer's Association, dementia
On Sunday, Sept. 14 the Stone Church of Willow Glen hosted an American Guild of Organists’ recital to benefit the Alzheimer’s Association. Organist Stephen Boniface, a frequent Bay Area recitalist who has performed internationally including at St. Peter’s Basilica at the Vatican, joined with soprano Kathryn Campbell of Rancho Cordova, a former featured soloist at the Basilica Cathedral of St. Joseph in San Jose, in an eclectic program ranging from classical and opera to musical... Topics: Alzheimer's Disease, Organ Concert, Benefit
The questions that have informed my journey have been posed in light of profound relationships with remarkable people who happen to suffer from a very strange and difficult disorder. Their journeys have been fraught with uncertainty and have put tremendous emotional strain on family and friends. In seeking answers to my questions, I was invited to witness their personal struggles to maintain some form of connection with the very pulse that gives them life. Though our walks have differed, our... Topic: Alzheimer's disease -- Patients -- Religious life
The Senate Special Committee on Aging listens to testimony from researchers, Alzheimer's Disease patients, and their caregivers at a hearing on the future of research. Topics: Alzheimer's Disease Research, Television Program Source: Comcast Cable
The report provides an analysis of alzheimer’s disease partnering deals. The majority of deals are discovery or development stage whereby the licensee obtains a right or an option right to license the licensors alzheimer’s disease technology. These deals tend to be multicomponent, starting with collaborative R&D, and commercialization of outcomes. Topics: Alzheimer's Disease Partnering Market, Alzheimer's Disease Partnering Industry, Alzheimer's Disease...
Alzheimer disease drug market is on the curvature stage. Since 2003, there is not any single “magic bullet” launched in the market to prevent or cure it. However, all current marketed products are going to be generic in the next 3-4 years. There are high unmet medical needs. The current unmet needs represent a huge opportunity for pharmaceutical companies which are developing targeted novel therapies. Topics: Alzheimer Disease Market, Alzheimer Disease Industry, Alzheimer Disease Drug, Alzheimer Pipeline...
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CMS copy in folder: Public Laws: Bill / House / 106th Congress / 2nd Session / 2000 Topics: Medicare Payment Advisory Commission (U.S.), Alzheimer's disease, Alzheimer's disease, Medical... Source: special
This Saturday learn what life is like at Revera Retirement Living- Leaside;. (www.reveraliving.com) including their new Alzheimer wing,hear about the new personalized approach to caring for those with dementia from the director of Education of the Alzheimer Society (www.alzheimer.ca), listen to Dr. Vivien Brown of Medisys Health Group (www.medisys.ca) discuss genetic testing,Learn about estate planning from www.farwellwealthmanagement.com and get facts about how to make your home safe and... Topics: alzheimer disease, genetic testing, estate planning, renovations, retirement living
Saturday, January 29th is National Puzzle Day. This is the third in a four part series looking into the impact of puzzles on our lives. Amy French from the Chattanooga Alzheimer's Association discusses how puzzles can help build neural pathways and reduce the effects of Alzheimer's Disease. Puzzles provide for fun and entertaining exercise for your brain and promotes good brain health. Around and About is a production of WUTC in Chattanooga. Topics: Alzheimer's Disease, Alzheimer's Association, dementia, puzzles, brain exercise
Sarah Leavitt is a Vancouver writer and cartoonist. Her first book, a graphic memoir, is called "Tangles: A Story about Alzheimer's, My Mother, and Me." It is published by Freehand Books in Canada, Jonathan Cape in the UK, and will available in early 2012 from Skyhorse in the US. Topics: Alzheimer's disease, comics, medicine, forum, Leeds, Graphic Medicine, Sarah Leavitt
Born Shirley Holden, Shirley Walz, is interviewed by Linda and Rob Rasch in October of 1996. Linda and I realized during her last visit with us, she was clearly in the initial stages of Alzheimer's disease. So Linda and I decided to document her voice, and encouraged her to share her life story. Topics: Shirley walz, interview, alzheimer's disease, 1996, kenosha, linda, rob, rasch
Filmmakers from ALIVE INSIDE talk with radio show host, Pamela Powell, about how powerful and empowering music is to patients with dementia. Listen to Dan Cohen and Michael Rossato-Bennett enlighten YOU! Topics: Alive Inside, Michael Rossato-Bennett, Dan Cohen, dementia, alzheimer's disease, nursing homes,...
When faced with a parent suffering from Alzheimer's, most of us respond with denial ("It won't happen to me") or extreme efforts at prevention. But global health expert and TED Fellow Alanna Shaikh sees it differently. She's taking three concrete steps to prepare for the moment -- should it arrive -- when she herself gets Alzheimer's disease. Topics: TEDTalks, TED, Talks, Alzheimer's disease, aging, disease, health, medicine, science, TEDGlobal...